After years of research Greek Scientist finds out how to tell if someone is lying due to his Cheating Liar wife
A renowned Scientist in Greece, Dr. Fartikles(pronounced Fart-e-Klees), recently came up with a theory using which a person can find out if the other person is lying.
"At first it seemed crazy, that every day I come home to Mrs. Fartikles and there's always smell of our Neighbor Perfumakles." told Dr. Fartikles to our reported Zeus Fartinuts. "Sometimes I would even catch Perfumakles watching TV at our home."
Mrs. Fartikles took the excuse that Perfumakles only comes to help around the house, and She-Hulk is loved by both of us, so we would sometime watch it together. But the reality was that he only came to come.
So, to catch his wife, Dr. Fartikles researched with the help of Induction Method of Reasoning.
Induction Method, as Dr. Fartikles explained, is a method of reasoning where when one can with the help of the premises of an argument come to a logical conclusion. Also, to help us understand better he demonstrated with an example.
Premise 1: Crow A is black.
Premise 2: Crow B is black.
Premise 3: Crow C is black.
Conclusion: All crows in the world are black.
So, you see one can use this method though it might not always be ensured that the conclusion is true. As, Perfumakles painted several crows white to mess with Dr. Fartikles research and prove him wrong.
After 10 years of thorough research, When Mrs. Fartikles lied like a million times and kept cheating. Dr. Fartikles finally concluded that Mrs. Fartikles was indeed lying and cheating using Induction Method. He also found out that 10 year old Fartikles Jr. was actually Perfumakles Jr.. But at least Dr. Fartikles later went on to win the McFarty Prize for his research and an award of 1 million drachmas.
Thus, Now Dr. Fartikles is divorced and had to pay all the drachmas he won as alimony to his ex-wife. He also lost custody of Fartikles Jr. to his ex-wife.
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